What chaps my hide about EULAs is that often you cannot agree/disagree with them until AFTER you have torn open the box, cracked open the CD case (or envleope, with the bit of tape that says something like "by breaking this seal you agree to bla bla bla").  I tried returning software that had a EULA that I did not agree to and found myself in a whole world of hurt.

jamie wrote:
from bbc
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/4347325.stm

great article if you havent seen it